What Is a Suspended License in Texas?
It is possible to be charged if you are pulled over and your driver’s license shows up as being suspended. The suspension can happen for a number of reasons, and often perpetrators don’t know their license is suspended. However, whether you are aware of the suspension or not, it is still illegal and you will still be charged.
What Are Penalties for Driving with a Suspended License?
Driving with a suspended license is a Class B misdemeanor. You will be fined up to $500 for a first offense, and possibly face a short amount of jail time for repeat offenses.
What Causes a Driver’s License Suspension in Texas?
The following are reasons your license can be suspended in Texas:
- Using a fake ID
- Committing some kind of offense that includes alcohol
- The court may have determined you are not fit to drive a vehicle
- You have been convicted of racing
Bail for Driving with a Suspended/Revoked License in Texas
PCS Bail Bonds brings 26 years of experience in handling bail bonds. In the instance you are arrested for driving with a suspended license, call PCS and we’ll help you get out on bail.